This September we’ll hear some changes to the PBS program schedule, all concentrated on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.  Here’s what you can look forward to:

Claire Dickson returns to the roster every Tuesday at 7pm with her new show Good Company.  The program will cover some of the territory of Claire’s previous show Circling the Sun with a few global oddities, some extended jams and a little time and space as day turns to night.

Chris Pearson moves Pojama People into the 8pm slot every Tuesday.  A PBS institution, Pojama People features the very best of dark stoner rock, epic prog and countless vinyl rarities that time forgot. From Tuesday September 7 Chris will get to don the pojamas two hours earlier each week.

Peter Bramley’s Club it to Death moves to 10pm every Wednesday night.  For years Peter has dug deep to discover underground Australian and NZ gems, both past and present.  Tune in each week and join Peter as he shines a light into the hidden corners of local post-punk, indie and alt-pop.

Kristen Solury shifts from a fortnightly insomnia show into a weekly gig every Tuesday night at midnight with Bleeding Black Hearts Revue.  With a mix of goth, dark wave and post-punk Kristen has quickly become a late night favourite on PBS, and now shares her dark and moody tunes each and every week.

Every day of every week PBS offers 24 hours of unmissable music radio.  These changes will make it even easier to wrap your ears around a few PBS favourites in slightly more accessible slots, while introducing some new sounds to your Tuesday evening.  For more information check out the PBS program guide here.